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Christophe COIN, cello
Jean- Luc AYROLES, piano

The Elements have always been a source of inspiration in music. Water and in particular the Sea (calm or tempestuous) have inspired composers, particularly during the Romantic period, where the symphonic orchestra by its size and the variety of its instruments lends itself well to the evocation of the depth and power of the sea.
Numerous great symphonic frescoes have taken up the theme. The impressionist composers, taking advantage of the fluidity of the piano and its innumerable colors, have left us magnificent solos for the instrument which replaces the orchestra best.
The repertoire of the cello in this field is much more modest and the few pieces, of a lighter genre, are rather part of the salon music, even if the arpeggios and the bariolages of the bow on the four strings of the instrument can describe quite well the movement of the waves (ex.Tolbecque)
Apart from Debussy and Ravel, almost all the pieces in this original program will be a new discovery for the listener.

Jacques OFFENBACH (1819-1880)

Friedrich KALKBRENNER (1785-1849)

Felix BATTANCHON (1814-1893)

Charles KOECHLIN (1867-1950)
Complete program on request

Duration : 1h/ 1h15

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